|John Lennon's contribution to American culture, music, art and his membership in The Beatles, perhaps the most influential music group in the history of modern music, give every reason to celebrate his life with the issuance of a United States Postage Stamp bearing his name.|
He touched countless lives during his short life. And, Lennon became a bonafide United States resident while living in New York City during the 1970s.
|Sign the Petition to Get a John Lennon Commemorative Postage Stamp|
Issued by the United States Postal Service
|Fill out, print and mail the form letter to compel the CSAC (Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee*) to issue a John Lennon Commemorative Stamp in October 2010, celebrating his seventieth birthday and his dedication to peace and harmony.|
Sheer volume of mail can make our campaign stand out among the masses. If everyone who loved Lennon, his music, and his beliefs, wrote just one letter, the CSAC would have no choice, but to listen. So, please act now!
Help spread his message to millions more by voicing your desire to see John Lennon on a postage stamp.
— Tell a friend about this campaign!
— Give copies of the letter to others and ask them to mail it to us!
— For more info, see FAQ and Help.
Let's 'come together' for John Lennon. Thank you for your participation!
*The Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee (CSAC) handles the issuance of stamps for the United States Postal Service. They receive submission letters from more than 40,000 separate campaigns each year. Of those 40,000 requests, only 25 subjects actually become a U.S. postage stamp.